Health and Counseling Services

Division of Student Services

Announcements

The Reed Health & Counseling Center is closed for the summer. Clinical services will be unavailable during this time. Please see below for other resources.

The HCC will re-open for clinical services on August 20, 2018.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911. For immediate assistance on campus, please contact Community Safety at 503-788-6666, or ext. 6666 from campus phones.

For any administrative questions, please email: health-services@reed.edu.

REED-BASED RESOURCES:
Medical Nurse Triage & Advice Line: 800-607-5501
Reed After Hours Crisis Line: ProtoCall 866-432-1224
For a list of urgent care clinics and hospitals, contact Community Safety at 503-788-6666 or ext. 6666 from campus phones, or check our website (http://www.reed.edu/health_center/medical_services/hospitals.html).

COMMUNITY-BASED RESOURCES:
Multnomah County Mental Health Crisis (24 hours): 503-988-4888
Call to Safety:  503-235-5333
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK

For prescription refills during summer break, please contact your pharmacist or your local provider. 

Have a safe and fun summer break!

 

Useful Links

Student Health Portal
Community Wellness
Pacific Source

Contact Information

To make an appointment, call or email.

Phone: 503-777-7281

Fax: 503-777-7209

health-services@reed.edu

Location
We are located in the grey building on the west side of campus just north of 28 West (Community Safety).

Hours of Operation
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm

We are closed from noon to 1:00pm for lunch.

Walk-in Counseling Appointments
Mon - Fri at 3pm

After Hours Assistance
Nurse Advice Line/Community Careline: 800-607-5501

Reed After Hours Crisis Line: 866-432-1224

Emergency
On campus: Community Safety: 503-788-6666 or 6666 from a campus phone

Off campus: Portland Police/Ambulance: 911

Diversity Mission Statement

The HCC embraces the inherent value of diversity and endeavors to promote a safe environment that respects and upholds the dignity and civil rights of all persons. We acknowledge the injustice and profound impact of discrimination and marginalization of individuals and groups. We strive to promote students’ ongoing academic, personal, and multicultural growth. We welcome dialogue of varying perspectives as we continue to expand our self-awareness and understanding of how diversity influences concepts of a holistic health and wellness practice.